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The Future of the Profession or the Unconditional University (Thanks to the “Humanities,” What Could Take Place Tomorrow)

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This will no doubt be like a profession of faith: the profession of faith of a professor who will act as if he were nevertheless asking your permission to be unfaithful or a traitor to his habitual practice.

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  • Privileged Place
  • Habitual Practice
  • Reflexive Reversal
  • Juridical Concept
  • Performative Force

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© 2005 Peter Pericles Trifonas and Michael A. Peters

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Derrida, J. (2005). The Future of the Profession or the Unconditional University (Thanks to the “Humanities,” What Could Take Place Tomorrow). In: Trifonas, P.P., Peters, M.A. (eds) Deconstructing Derrida. Palgrave Macmillan, New York. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781403980649_2

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